In this episode of Reimagining Company Culture, we’re chatting with Chloe Drew, Chief People Officer at Eden Health. Chloe is a senior human and social capital executive with a track record of building and leading strong diverse teams motivated by a shared vision and set of goals.
About the guest
Chloe Drew is the Chief People Officer at Eden Health. She is a senior human and social capital executive with a track record of building and leading strong diverse teams motivated by a shared vision and set of goals. Prior to Eden Health, Chloe was the Chief of Staff for the Markle Foundation where she re-designed and led the HR function as well as a strategic advisor to the CEO. She also served as the Interim Chief People Officer and President of Philanthropy & Diversity at Compass, leading a team of 75 across talent acquisition, talent management, total rewards and HR functions. Chloe is deeply committed to building human centered organizations grounded in core values of inclusion, collaboration and community impact. Chloe earned an A.B. from Harvard College in History and Literature. She has served on nonprofit boards including Wellesley College Centers for Women, Latino Justice, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Emerge America and Oakland Vote. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two young children.
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